Watch Nick Cave perform the hauntingly beautiful Euthanasia in London

Nick Cave
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Back in June, Nick Cave performed a special solo show in the West Hall of London’s Alexandra Palace, which was filmed by cinematographer Robbie Ryan (Marriage Story, American Honey) and broadcast as a livestream event on July 23, under the title Idiot Prayer - Nick Cave Alone At Alexandra Palace.

An extended cut of the event will now be screen globally in cinemas on November 5, and Cave has previewed the screenings with the release of a new video featuring the previously unreleased Euthanasia, written during the sessions for his 2016 album Skeleton Tree, and first heard during the online streaming event. 

Tickets to watch the Idiot Prayer - Nick Cave Alone At Alexandra Palace are now on sale.

A document of the event will be available on vinyl, CD and streaming services worldwide from November 20.

The Idiot Prayer - Nick Cave Alone At Alexandra Palace tracklisting is as follows:

1. Spinning Song
2. Idiot Prayer
3. Sad Waters                           
4. Brompton Oratory                  
5. Palaces Of Montezuma                     
6. Girl In Amber                                     
7. Man In The Moon                              
8. Nobody’s Baby Now                          
9. (Are You) The One That I’ve Been Waiting For?      
10. Waiting For You                                 
11. The Mercy Seat                                 
12. Euthanasia                                         
13. Jubilee Street                         
14. Far From Me                                      
15. He Wants You                                   
16. Higgs Boson Blues                
17. Stranger Than Kindness        
18. Into My Arms                                     
19. The Ship Song                                               
20. Papa Won’t Leave You, Henry          
21. Black Hair                                         
22. Galleon Ship  


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